My son watched "The Legend of Bagger Vance" this week and he really identified with everything in it so much it was a major, major life event for him.

The messages of the film apply to so many people: you've been in the shadows long enough. It's time to put this one down, lay it to rest. Stop, be still. Time to move.

He got up from that movie and was so jacked. He said it was huge for him.

He looked at me and said, "Now I get it. Now I know why you do the things you do sometimes."

Meaning, it's OK to be still sometimes; work some things out. Then there comes a time to lay it to rest and come out of the shadows. He knows now why I like to spend time by myself figuring stuff out.

A lot of my troubles come from past relationships. Some people jump from one relationship to another never taking care of the root of the problem, only masking it.

My son also wants to take up golfing now.

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